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Panasonic Viera AR Setup Simulator app augments the reality of your TV dream (video)

A cardboard cut-out, really? You pasted a 50-inch rectangle of stiffened paper to the wall in order to preview the flatscreen of your dreams within your new Vitsoe shelving system? For shame. A true nerd, nay, a real man would have cast aside those arts and crafts for Panasonic’s new Viera AR Setup Simulator app. Just […]

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Sennheiser’s sophisticated CXC 700 earbuds tout three levels of noise cancellation

Sennheiser has a thing for trotting out< titillatingnew wares at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, and this year is proving to be no different in that regard. The audio specialist has just introduced one of the most fully-featured headsets we’ve seen in quite awhile, with the CXC 700 boasting not one, not two, but three […]

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Mophie and Intuit partner to create Complete Card Solution for iPhone, try to make Square look square

Who knew that credit card processing would be the new hotness for smartphones? The Square mobile payment system has been making waves by letting small businesses receive credit card payment directly on their smartphones. Now, mophie and Intuit are looking to get in on the same action with their Complete Card Solution for iPhone. It’s […]

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OpenWays makes your smartphone a hotel room key, provides a different kind of ‘unlock’

For years now, hotel chains have been toying with alternative ways to letting patrons check-in, access their room and run up their bill with all-too-convenient in-room services. Marriott began testing smartphone check-ins way back in 2006, and select boutique locations (like The Plaza Hotel in New York and Boston’s Nine Zero) have relied on RFID, iris scanners, […]

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PhotoTrackr Plus brings geotagging to Nikon DSLRs, leaves your hotshoe open

Oh sure, Nikon’s got its own solution for adding native geotagging to your existing DSLR, but the GP-1 dongle definitely has its drawbacks. Aside from sucking down around 4x more power than Gisteq’s new PhotoTrackr Plus, it also eliminates the ability to use a dedicated flash in the hotshoe while capturing GPS data. Moreover, it has to warm […]

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iPhone OS 4 live on Engadget

Want to follow the event at 7pm Paris time or 10am Pacific time? Apple will present the new iPhone OS 4 (not a new iPhone phone, just the OS). Maybe in summer they present the hardware for the OS 4. We’ll find out in an hour. http://www.engadget.com/2010/04/08/live-from-apples-iphone-os-4-event/

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novadrive from novatel: cloud-based unlimited storage

Novatel, maker of some of  3G / WiFi devices has decided to expand to data storage via novadrive. Cloud-based storage accessible through their software for Windows or Apple, but they’re have a nice mobile site so your phone. Among the features such as remote wiping of your data if someone steals your computer to the […]

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iPad from Apple

(from engadget) Here it is folks, the Apple iPad. The screen is gorgeous, tilting is responsive, and the thing is insanely thin and light. Still, if you’ve used the iPhone before — and you can see the two devices side-by-side here — there’s not a lot of surprises here so far. Here are some initial […]

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New Google phone: Nexus one

Today Google has officially released the new android 2.1 phone manufactured by HTC called Nexus One. Here you have the official link. Engadget had an early copy to review. You can read the review here. It has videos and unboxing photos. It has a 1Ghz processor, 5Mp camera, microSD (up to 32Gb) and a 3.7 […]

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Google Goggles brings visual search to Android; Favorite Places brings QR codes to restaurant reviews

Looks like Google’s been busy on the camera tip lately — not only is it launching a new QR code-based Favorite Places mobile search product today, it’s also demoing Google Goggles, a visual search app that generates local results from analyzing mobile phone images. Favorite Places isn’t super-complicated, but it sounds like it’ll be pretty […]

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Plug

Meysam Movahedi’s latest concept certainly isn’t the first revolutionary tweak to the tried-and-true power outlet, but it’s easily one of our favorites. Put simply, the Rambler Socket is an in-wall box that contains 1.5 meters of extra cabling along with a traditional AC outlet. Granted, you’ll need a pretty deep wall to make something like […]

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HAVA media streamer for iPhone available now

Just a quick note to all you HAVA Player enthusiasts: the iPhone app that the company announced at CES is finally ready for public consumption. Available from the App Store (of all places), the software lets HAVA owners control it all remotely — including cable, satellite, and your DVR. What’s more, you can stream your recorded programming […]

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